Flexfields in Oracle Fusion Applications

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Flexfields are used to add custom attributes to business objects in Oracle Fusion applications by the customers. There are two types of flexfields. The first type of flexfields allows extra information to be captured in Oracle Fusion Applications. The second type of flexfields allows implementers to create user-defined composite data keys. These composite data keys can then be referenced and attached to the various transactional records in Oracle Fusion Applications.

The flexfields that allow extra information to be captured can be further subdivided into two types, which are descriptiveflexfield and extensibleflexfield. The flexfields that allow composite data keys to be created are known as keyflexfields.

Where to find these flex fields ?

Login to fusion applications –> Click on Navigator Icon –>  Click on Setup and Maintenance –> Click on Search on top right –> Enter ‘Define Flexfields’ in textbox and click on search icon…

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